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KsaWillCreate
San Diego, CA, USA
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Regular human who tries her best often. Just started creating music and rapping last year by myself in my closet lol huge newbie but just going with the flow and being my weird self. If you appreciate the vibes, lmk! If you don't.... keep on keepin on.
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K'sa
@KsaWillCreate
San Diego, CA, USA
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Regular human who tries her best often. Just started creating music and rapping last year by myself in my closet lol huge newbie but just going with the flow and being my weird self. If you appreciate the vibes, lmk! If you don't.... keep on keepin on.
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Call Him Voldemort
(PS - Follow me on IG, I'm never really on here!) The passion I felt when writing this song was greater than what I had experienced with any other song I’ve ever written. It was on some real “woman scorned” shit. While I generally like to keep the details of my personal life private, when I started writing music, that all kind of changed (whether I intended it to or not).⁠ ⁠ Music for me has been a diary of sorts. All of the songs I write represent pieces of myself. Sometimes they take shape as phases of life, experiences I’m having, emotions, values, or whatever. So when I put a piece of music out into the world, it’s not just some contrived thing I want people to twerk to mindlessly (though no shade to those types of songs. We all need a good mindless twerk from time to time). These songs are actual diary passages into my life. So when someone listens to one of my songs, they are essentially examining a very personal part of my life experience. And this song is no different. ⁠ ⁠ During the time of writing this song, I felt used, angry, and frankly taken for a fool in a relationship that meant a hell of a lot to me. I later found out that some of my assumptions about foul-play were not accurate (lol ooooops), however, some were spot on. At the same time, I was trying to reduce the amount of cussing I was doing in general in my life at this time. Both of those things collided and I wound up saying “Fuck it. Fuck it all. I’m just going to freestyle whatever comes to my mind, without inhibitions, and let ‘er rip.” That was how Call Him Voldemort was birthed. ⁠ ⁠ Outside of that, the song really speaks for itself. No need to elaborate much further. more
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Oh, Hai
Oh, Hai is a quirky and playful song that celebrates cultural diversity and my personal ethnicity. I feel a deep connectedness to Japan and I wanted to offer appreciation and praise through song. My mother was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan and left to come to the United States for college at the age of 18. My grandparents decided to follow suit and move to the states with her and never went back. Due to the war and the impacts it had on life for my grandmother (in addition to the unexpected and untimely deaths of immediate family members and a slew of other things), I never really knew anyone from that side of my family. However, I grew up with such strong ties to Japanese culture that it really shaped who I am and how I operate in the world. I was extremely close with my grandmother and after she passed, I found myself more connected to the Japanese culture than I have before. As playful as I was with this song… it hits deep for me. My Japanese grandmother passed away last year and my heart is still hurting. I wish I had the opportunity to show her my music, this song, and of course to simply communicate with her again—but such is life… This is dedicated to her. おばあちゃん百合に捧げ To all of my fellow mixed babies out there: I encourage you to research your family origins, cultural history, explore what it all means to you, and, above all else, love yourself and embrace your inner weirdo… it’ll attract the right people and experiences into your life.more
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RATT
RATT (Run And Tell That) is a bouncy, hyphy, and upbeat eclectic song that really represents who I am in most social senses. It’s meant to be a catchy song that I hope everyone feels inspired to bust out their best dance moves to. ⁠ ⁠ When I originally wrote this song, I intended to actually have it be a bit of a twerking song tbh. I wanted to create a song that I could see my friends getting hyped about and want to dance to when they were either pregaming to go out to the bars or just flat-out having a dance party at home. The problem was: I’m just not sure I have it in me lyrically to write a song that lends itself to mindless twerking. So I wound up segueing into something that is more my speed: an eclectic mix of vocals, adlibs, singing, and rapping. ⁠ ⁠ I’ve lived the last 3 years or so largely sober (with the occasional drink/drunk occurrence) so this song was my tribute to being able to have fun and enjoy myself sober. When I first decided to stop drinking, I was met with a lot of resistance from friends and peers. There was substantial ridicule and judgment, with the stigma that being sober somehow translated to being a wet blanket. Which is absurd. So in a sense, this is my clap back song for that. ⁠ ⁠ To anyone else who might be experiencing change, I encourage you to gravitate towards those people who are supportive of your change. Even if you don’t commit to something like consistent sobriety, maybe you just want to smoke or drink less. Whatever it may be, remember that you define yourself. If someone wants to label you as being “less fun” because you aren’t getting obliterated all of the time with them. That’s okay. Their definition of fun is not your definition of fun (anymore). It doesn’t mean you aren’t “fun,” what it means is that you don’t fit their definition of such. That’s truly all. more
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